PlayStation Store, PS5 and PS4 games for less than 10 euros with the latest offers

PlayStation Store, PS5 and PS4 games for less than 10 euros with the latest offers

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On the PlayStation Store there are some interesting offers that allow you to buy PS5 and PS4</a> games even for less than 10 euros. It has been a while since we gave you any suggestions about it. Are you ready?

Let's start with Metro Exodus, the last episode of the 4A Games series set in the post-apocalyptic world created by the writer Dmitrij Gluchovskij. If you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber you can buy the game for only € 9.99 (13.99 for non-subscribers) and also take advantage of the free upgrade to the next-gen version. Here you will find the review of Metro Exodus for PS5.

The medieval Paris of Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Didn't the Siege of Paris thrill you? Well, in case you haven't already done so, you can virtually visit the splendid one of the revolutionary period of Assassin's Creed Unity, with its magnificent architectures and, on PlayStation 5, a boost that takes the game graphics to 60 fps, all for only € 8.99

The launch of Battlefield 2042 is approaching but are you still missing the two previous episodes of the series developed by DICE? Well, then you can get the Ultimate Edition of Battlefield V for € 9.59 and the still very good Battlefield 1 for € 4.99 thanks to the PlayStation Store offers.

What else? The crazy and spectacular action shooter My Friend Pedro can be yours for € 9.99, while the horror adventure The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is available for an even lower price, € 9.89. By removing another 10 cents you can even afford the One Piece: World Seeker tie-in, which costs € 9.79.

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Cyberpunk has dropped out of the PS Store chart, a month after taking No. 1

Just a month after it was named the best-selling game on the PlayStation Store for June, Cyberpunk 2077 has dropped completely out of the platform’s top 20.

PlayStation published the PlayStation Store chart for July this week, and the CD Projekt Red title is absent from the top 20 best selling digital games in both the US and Europe, suggesting a steep decline since it was readded to the store.

Cyberpunk finally returned to the PlayStation Store on June 21, six months after it was pulled from sale due to its buggy launch state. However, Sony warned at the time that purchasing the game for base PS4 consoles “is not recommended”.

Cyberpunk 2077 had been unavailable on the PlayStation Store since December 17, 2020.

Following three delays, the highly anticipated RPG released on December 10 with a host of technical problems, most notably on PS4 and Xbox One, resulting in the title being pulled entirely from the PlayStation Store a week after its release.

Cyberpunk has dropped out of the PS Store chart, a month after taking No. 1PlayStation Store’s best selling PS4 games for July.

Asked about the same situation in late March, CD Projekt’s SVP of business development, Michał Nowakowski, said Cyberpunk 2077’s absence from Sony’s digital storefront was possibly hurting sales across all platforms.

Asked to provide an updated sales forecast for the game, he didn’t offer a figure, but said sales would be heavily impacted by two major factors – the game’s PS5 and Xbox Series X/S release in the second half of the year, and its return to the PlayStation Store.

Earlier this month, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan commented for the first time on Cyberpunk 2077’s removal from the PlayStation Store.

“This was a tough decision for us to make, but ultimately, we had to act in the interests of the PlayStation Community, and not knowingly sell a game that might result in a bad experience for them,” he told Axios.